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  1. Locals among YSU regional contingentRead the original story

    Saturday | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Maplewood High School graduate and Youngstown State University senior qualified for this year's NCAA East Regional to be held Thursday throught Saturday at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. He made it to the regional last year, but knows he faces one of the most grueling events in track and field - the 3,000-meter steeplechase.


  2. Maplewood, others ready for district actionRead the original story

    Sunday May 17 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Allen Sparks, Jake Hall, Derek Morrison and Tristan Dahmen have the state's best time in the relay with a time, 7:58.81, they set May 5 at Trumbull County Track and Field Meet at Lakeview. That time is still best in the state, regardless of division.


  3. YSU adds Frantz as late signeeRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The men's basketball thinks it has found that stability as Brett Frantz signed to play with the Penguins on Monday. The 6-foot-3 guard spent the last two seasons at Neosho County Community College scoring 727 points, grabbing 187 rebounds and dishing out 130 assists.


  4. Horizon League adds Northern Kentucky to ranksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 |

    The Horizon League has welcomed Northern Kentucky into the ranks to push conference membership back to 10 teams. NKU will join effective July 1, 2015, and be a part of the athletic calendar for the upcoming season.


  5. Cleveland State assistant Bernard Scott named head women's coach at DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 |

    Cleveland State associate head coach Bernard Scott, a veteran assistant in the Horizon League, has been named head women's basketball coach for the Detroit Titans. Scott ends a five-year run with the Vikings, where he became a key component to CSU's success.


  6. Central Michigan picks up Youngstown State transfer Marcus KeeneRead the original story

    Apr 19, 2015 | Hustle Belt

    If you're a talented three-point shooter and are looking for an offense to showcase your talents, the program in Mount Pleasant seems to be the ideal location. That's what Youngstown State transfer Marcus Keene must have thought, as he committed to Keno Davis and the Chippewa program early Sunday afternoon.


  7. WGH product Hymes gets final look at YSURead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    There have never been questions about the work ethic or ability of the Warren G. Harding graduate and soon-to-be-senior for the Youngstown State Penguins. He was impressive as a freshman, but he had to sit behind record-breaking running back Jamaine Cook.


  8. Youngstown State's Ruiz in midseason formRead the original story

    Apr 18, 2015 | KRNV-TV Reno

    Youngstown State wrapped up spring practices under first-year coach Bo Pelini Friday night, and he and his staff surely enjoyed what they saw in running back Martin Ruiz. Ruiz totaled 115 of the White team's 280 rushing yards as well as two touchdowns as they ran off to a 31-7 win over the Red team in Youngstown State's spring game at Stambaugh Stadium.


  9. Welcome Back BooRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2015 | Pitt Panthers

    Senior Boo Vazquez saved one of his best individual performances for the last time he faced his hometown team -- Youngstown State -- last Wednesday. But the road back to competing at a high level wasn't easy for Vazquez.


  10. YSU reloading process is - tall' taleRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Youngstown State University men's basketball team took a hit in its backcourt with four scholarship players - Osandai Vaughn, Marcus Keene, Shaun Stewart and Jalon Plummer - leave the program since mid-March. Vaughn, Stewart and Plummer started at small forward at times, but Keene was the team's starting off guard on an undersized Penguins team that went 11-21 last season and 2-14 in the Horizon League.


  11. Panthers Continue Homestand With Wake ForestRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | Pitt Panthers

    Pitt and Wake Forest will meet for the first time as conference foes this weekend when the teams begin a weekend series on Friday, April 10 at Charles L. Cost Field at 6 p.m. Game two on Saturday is slated for 3 p.m. and the finale on Sunday is set for 1 p.m. All three games can be viewed on ESPN3. This will be the first time the Panthers and Demon Deacons will meet on the diamond in the modern era.


  12. Second-chance players hope to shine for YSURead the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    In the eyes of some, there weren't many holes to fill for the Youngstown State football team coming into spring practices. Despite eight starters returning on each side of the ball, Pelini said no one's job was safe coming into the spring.


  13. 4 area colleges play for charityRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Jerry Slocum , Keith Dambrot , Rob Senderoff and Gary Waters have been talking about it - even to the point of holding a couple of gatherings the past couple of years. In mid-November, the four northeast Ohio coaches will not only have their message heard, but have their respective teams meet on the same court - at Kent - on the same night.


  14. Toledo Enjoying Success in 2015 Spring SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | University of Toledo

    TOLEDO, OH The Rockets have enjoyed a successful spring season in 2015, jumping out to a 2-0-1 start through their first three games. Toledo defeated a pair of Horizon League members in Oakland and Valparaiso and battled Youngstown State to a tie.


  15. Panthers, Penguins Play Wednesday In YoungstownRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2014 | Pitt Panthers

    On Wednesday, March 25, Pitt renews its rivalry with nearby Youngstown State in the first of two games against the Penguins this season. Wednesday's first pitch at Eastwood Field is set for 3 p.m. The University of Pittsburgh baseball team fell to Youngstown State , 7-6, Wednesday evening at Eastwood Field in Youngstown, Ohio.


  16. Departures cause huge void for YSURead the original story

    Mar 24, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    THE last thing the Youngstown State men's basketball team needed was two of its backcourt standouts to leave the program. Tuesday, numerous media outlets reported sophomores Marcus Keene and Osandai Vaughn - both starters this season - left the program.


  17. Looking back, ahead at YSU men's programRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Youngstown State University Director of Athletics Ron Strollo agreed to a question-and-answer session about the Penguins men's basketball program. YSU coach Jerry Slocum has a career record of 699-514, heading into the 2015-16 season - his 11th season with the Penguins.


  18. Future looks bright for PenguinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The two forwards were the cornerstone of the Youngstown State women's basketball team that ended its season Thursday with a 21-11 record - the second time in three seasons the Penguins have eclipsed the 20-win mark. It also was the second time in three years YSU made the WNIT, and third straight season the Penguins made the Horizon League semifinals.


  19. Disher certainly looks the partRead the original story

    Mar 19, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    It doesn't take someone with 21 years of coaching experience at the highest levels of football to notice the talent of Kintrell Disher. He was 6-feet-4 and 245 pounds with speed, soft hands and above-average leaping ability.


  20. End of the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    It was the last time the fifth-year senior stepped foot on Dom Rosselli Court inside the Beeghly Center as a Youngstown State University player. The 6-foot forward let the tears flow as she greeted her teammates in the final couple of minutes of Thursday's Women's National Invitational Tournament first-round loss to Duquesne, 72-54.